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Nominate your Power for Good Teacher!

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This Anti-Bullying Week we are continuing our very successful Power for Good award for teachers and school staff. Children and young people can nominate teachers and school staff in England that go above and beyond the call of duty to provide pastoral care to students for issues such as bullying, relationships, family life, mental health and wellbeing.

All nominated teachers and school staff will receive a Power for Good certificate.  A panel of children and young people from Young NCB will choose one nomination from Primary and one nomination from Secondary to win our award.

All you have to do is download the attached word document form in the downloads section of the bottom of this page, fill it in, ask your Headteacher/or Assistant Headteacher to sign the form and send back to us. 

You can post the application form to ABA, NCB, 8 Wakley Street, London EC1V 7QE or email

The winners will be announced in Anti-Bullying Week 2017 and the deadline is 5pm on Friday 29th September 2017.

If you are having difficulties filling in this form please ask an adult to help you.

Previous winners:

Our Power for Good champions 2016 were Jackie Johnson from Orton Wistow Primary School in Peterborough and Luke Pittaway from Blue Coat Church of England Academy in Walsall.

I want to nominate Mr Pittaway because I feel he has supported me in ways that help me forget about bad things and stop me from getting in trouble ... When I am angry or upset Mr Pittaway makes me laugh and helps me forget whatever makes me angry....Mr Pittaway is a great role model who never judges me for who I am and is always there for me in good and bad situations

Jackie Johnson was nominated by her entire year three class, as well as a number of other pupils in the school, one year six student said:

Mrs Johnson goes above and beyond; she helps with my friendship issues and supports me with everything I do. I know I can trust her; I would not be who or where I am at the moment without her